Mirage (subtitled "The Amateur Magazine Of Fantasy") was a mimeographed fanzine which was edited and published by Baltimore fan (and later SF author) Jack Chalker. It was primarily devoted to the writings of H. P. Lovecraft and his circle and featured fantasy-oriented material: articles, short stories, bibliographies. The first issue was titled Centaur (1960) and the second was Kaleidoscope (1960). The title of the final eight issues (1961-1971) became Mirage. In 1963, it was nominated for the Hugo Award for Best Fanzine. Chalker's later Mirage Press was named after it.